Thousands of people and millions of dollars will pour into downtown Kansas City this weekend as the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament returns. The Kansas City Sports Commission estimates a $14.5 million economic impact for the city which will set records for hotels, restaurants and other local businesses -including a sold out Ambassador Hotel. “Turns out that this is going to be one of the highest revenue generating months since the hotel’s existence,” said John Anastaopoulos, the general manager of the hotel. “You can’t beat that.”
Ambassador – The Ambassador Hotel in Kansas City is just two blocks from the T-Mobile Center where the 2023 March Madness tournament will be held. The hotel was completed in 2011 and based on strong demand it went through a second phase of development to add an additional 70 rooms which were completed in 2019.
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